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could be something you wear on your wrist. cnbc's mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. like a dick tracy watch? >> absolutely. the word is apple is experimenting with designs for a watch-like device that would perform some functions of a smartphone. of course, other companies have introduced various kinds of wearable gage either, you may even have one while you're jogging that measures physical activity, but you have to make that extra leap. it could be quite difficult, because you have to address all kinds of challenges like making the displays more power efficient, and obviously the device would also need to work closely with the iphone as well. >>> all right. only a few more days until valentine's day. cupid is about to give the economy a shot in the arm. >> guess how much the average person is planning to spend this valentine's day? ivities i actually know the answer, but i would have guessed like, what, $50, $60? >> according to big insight, over $130. i was surprised, too. that was on everything, candy, cards, gifts, i don't know, romantic evening out? it is only
to the "closing bell," everybody. boy, what a last hour we've just had. i'm mandy drury sitting in for maria bartiromo. bill griff sit coming back in just any moment now. meantime, stocks are sinking after a relatively hawkish fed minutes. that kind of spooked investors, and as you can see we're just settling up now, but it looks like the dow is down by 110 point and the nasdaq off 49, 1.5% less and the s&p 500 down by 1.2%, sitting there at 1511. as you can clearly see in terms of absolute numbers, 14,000 no more. we're now below that mark on the dow. bill? >> so, the question becomes was the day's downturn just a fluke, or is it the beginning of a much anticipated correction? let's ask peter sorrentino from huntington asset advisers, allen gale, michael jones from riverfront investment group and our own rick santelli. everybody is in the water at this point. what do you think? i mean, you know, everybody has been scratching their heads as the market continued higher here, but they were at least willing to stay with the trend as long as it was in place. has the trend ended today, do you thi
on cnbc. i'm andrew ross sorkin along with mandy drury today and scott wapner. becky quick and joe kernen are off. they're going to join us live tomorrow for a special broadcast from pebble beach. they have some pretty cool guests themselves tomorrow. you don't want to miss that. >> did you draw the short straw or the long straw by not going? >> that's good. i don't play golf. so i don't think becky plays golf, either, so we'll see. we're all rooting for joe, who is playing. we hope he makes the cut. >> okay. we're rooting for joe. >> we all have to root for joe. i don't know if becky carries the bag or if she drives the cart. i don't know how it works. she's not going to like that comment, but we do love both of them, of course. our guest host this hour, chief equity strategy phil orlando and ben white of morning money fame. let's talk about the headlines this morning. a story in the "new york times" today looks at documents filed in federal court this week that relate to jpmorgan. the document suggests when an outside analysis uncovered serious flaws with thousands of home loans, the ba
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